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On ‘horribler’ theologians

Instalment 129 of Deschner’s work, that recounts the brutalities committed by the first Christian king that ‘united’ the Franks, ends with these words: ‘As long as history is viewed in this way, as long as it remains outside of its moral valuation and the vast majority of historians continue to crawl before such hypertrophic beasts…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 129

– For the context of these translations click: here–   CHAPTER 2 CLOVIS, FOUNDER OF THE GREAT FRANKISH EMPIRE ‘One of the most outstanding figures in universal history’. —Wilhelm von Glesebrecht, historian ‘And it is certain that he knew himself to be a Christian, and a Catholic Christian, something that is manifested over and over…

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On ‘Prince Valiant’

With regard to Vol. IV of Christianity’s Criminal History that deals with the Christian destruction of Germanic paganism, back in 1970 I used to see the illustrations of Prince Valiant that appeared in the newspaper on Sundays, translated from English into Spanish. At that time I was a child and knew nothing of the catastrophe…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 128

– For the context of these translations see here –   VOLUME IV, CHAPTER 1 THE CHRISTIANISATION OF THE GERMANS ‘The introduction of Christianity among the Germans was the most precious gift from heaven’. —Pastoral letter from the German episcopate, June 7, 1934   The spread of Christianity in the West At the end of…

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Mantra post

«Raised profoundly as a Catholic, today I am convinced that it is not enough to leave the religion of our parents. Liberation will need us to burn down worldwide all Christian churches to the ground. Such is my inspiration and mentality in the struggle for our survival». —Albus, from Germany

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Christianity’s criminal history, 127

  INDEX TO THE FOURTH VOLUME   Panoramic view Chapter 1. The Christianisation of the Germans Chapter 2. Clovis, founder of the great Frankish empire Chapter 3. The sons of Clovis Chapter 4. The invasion of the Lombards Chapter 5. The last Merovingians Chapter 6. The conversion of the Visigoths to Catholicism Chapter 7. Pope…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 126

For the context of this translation see the previous instalment of this series. Volume 4. Early Middle Ages From King Clovis (ca. 500) to the death of Charles ‘the Great’ (814) ‘For a long time Christ had already taken a look at the Germanic peoples… A new spring dawned on the sky of the Church’.…

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Three centuries of pagan persecution

Posted by Mike Magee ten years ago ‘To help counter Christians in denial, a Greek correspondent, Florin Achaios, has submitted the following chronology of Christian persecution especially of the Greeks…’ Read it here.

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The Iliad, book I

As we saw in the essay on Sparta in The Fair Race, around 1200 b.c.e. the Achaeans besieged and conquered Troy in a crusade that united the Hellenes in a common endeavour, so prone to war with each other. In The Iliad Homer describes them as a gang of barbarians with the mentality and appearance…

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